Dr Joseph Doyle
MB BS(Hons), BA (2002), BA(Hons) (2005)
" Outside the University, my previous representative experience includes serving the council of the Australian Medical Association, Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria, the Alfred Deakin Lecture Trust and participant in the Asialink Fellowship Program. "
Joseph graduated with degrees in Medicine and Arts from the University of Melbourne. He is an infectious diseases physician and clinical researcher with interests in the epidemiology, prevention and management of HIV and viral hepatitis. Joseph is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine.
Joseph has been a member of the University Council, the Board of the Faculty of Medicine and the Committee of Convocation – the former alumni representative body. Outside the University, his experience includes serving on the council or boards of the Australian Medical Association, Australasian Society of Infectious Diseases, the Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria and the Alfred Deakin Lecture Trust.
Joseph is the President of the Alumni Council and has served on the Council since 2011. He views the Believe Campaign’s target of "engaging 100,000 alumni" with the University as an opportunity for new partnerships and deeper alumni involvement over the next term of the Alumni Council. He is committed to ensuring the Council engages graduates' views on University governance, and that the University maintains a strong relationship with its alumni.